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Mallitte, Howard Leon, 1910-1979 :The Albion Line's sailing ship Dunedin leaving Port Chalmers, 15th February, 1882, with the first shipment of New Zealand meat under refrigeration - [s.l. ; s.n., 1954?]

Reference Number: A-017-004

Shows the 'Dunedin' at right, and the wharf at the left, with people waving the boat off. A building of the Shaw Savill Line is seen at the left.

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1 image, categorised under Ship portraits and Photolithographs, related to Howard Leon Mallitte, Shaw Savill & Albion Company Ltd, Dunedin (Ship. 1874-1890), Port Chalmers, Refrigerator ships and Ships - New Zealand - Otago Region.

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Mallitte, Howard Leon, 1910-1979 :The Albion Line's sailing ship Dunedin leaving Port Chalmers, 15th February, 1882, with the first shipment of New Zealand meat under refrigeration - [s.l. ; s.n., 1954?], Reference Number A-017-004 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s)Photolithograph, coloured 205 x 331 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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